According to the Bank's website, this project finances the purchasing of RON 125 million worth of preferred bonds issued by Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR), as part of a total issuance of RON 600 million. The bonds have a 7-year maturity and will be listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange.
BCR is the second largest bank in Romania by total assets, with 15% market share as of end-2018. In 2018, BCR reported total assets of EUR 15.4 billion. BCR is 99.88% owned by Erste Group Bank. It is rated Baa3/stable by Moody's and BBB+/stable by Fitch. The senior non-preferred bond issuance placed by BCR is rated BBB+ by Fitch.
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